The Recent SCOTUS Ruling on Contraception Shows Why Employers Should Not Be Insurance Providers

Here are two propositions that I hold to be absolutely true and valid.

Proposition #1: Access to contraception is an important and non-negotiable part of women’s health coverage. Women have a right to decide whether or not they would have children, how many children they would have, and when they will…

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Michael Austin is a former English professor and current academic administrator. He is the author of We Must Not Be Enemies: Restoring America’s Civic Tradition

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Michael Austin

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Michael Austin is a former English professor and current academic administrator. He is the author of We Must Not Be Enemies: Restoring America’s Civic Tradition

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